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Weekend roundup: local reviews

In Monday's Washington Post:

The Folger Consort: music fit for a king, by Charles T. Downey.

Yuliya Gorenman: Beethoven sonatas made fresh and new, by Alfred Thigpen.

Choralis: An evening of quiet, gentle Requiems, by Joe Banno.

What did you see this weekend? Please post your own comments on these or other performances and let us know where you went and what you thought.

By Anne Midgette  | October 4, 2010; 2:00 AM ET
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